Friday, 10 August 2012

WARRIORS OF LIGHT

To all Warriors of  Light and Disciples of Harmony ...

Marek Halter said: "Hitler may have lost the war on the battlefield, but he ended up winning something too, because man in the twentieth century created the concentration camp and revived torture and taught his fellow men that it is possible to close their eyes to the misfortunes of others."

Perhaps he is right: there are abandoned children, massacred civilians, innocent people imprisoned, lonely old people, drunks in the gutter, madmen in power.

But perhaps he isn't right after all, for there are also WARRIORS OF LIGHT.

And warriors of light NEVER accept what is unacceptable.

Jayl - Warrior of Light - Servant of the Lord - Sunflower and Heart


10 comments:

  1. 'Manual of the Warrior of Light' by Paulo Coelho

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  2. choosing the right path isnt a simple task everyone knows the Devil looks after his own, where as the good are neglected and unprotected and the excuse used is free will, free will is actually just a pipedream as the lives of all are controlled by the governments the followers of darkness enshadowing us all in a vice like grip squeezing the fight from our limbs laughing in our faces pulling the puppet strings guiding us and giggling to themselves as they ask us to choose the right path

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  3. Dave - in the end my friend, the beast will be slain. In the end good will triumph over evil. As Warriors of Light we battle the forces of evil every day. Our weapons are love, hope, kindness and faith. Every cynical thought should be replaced by a hopeful one. Every thought of enslavement should be replaced by a thought of freedom. Every lie with truth. Every message of hate is destroyed by a message of love. We do not recognize the followers of darkness and nothing scares the forces of evil more than being ignored! Except of course the cross. The cross of the great master - Jesus Christ. That scares them shitless!!

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  5. Our biggest life lesson is to learn to love, without this life is empty. There is a lot of bad in this world but we have to accept the bad to see the good. We learn from out mistakes, learn from other people's mistakes and sense that everything happens for a reason. If we never go to the bottom in life then we have nowhere to climb to; when people hit a low point the strength they gain to get back up to the high point is immense and most of us become soldiers and warriors. Life is a roller coaster ride, we have to learn to accept this; as we turn each corner a new leaf is produced. See the good int he bad, see that everything happens for a reason. Each individual is unique and yes we are forced under societal pressure, but that is only if you let the government take control. Freedom of choice, freedom of love, freedom to be who you really are. LOVE LIFE

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  6. but is the Devil Evil or is it just man thats Evil afterall the only real power he has is suggestion we are led to believe he is a fallen Angel but he could be just another puppet doing a job and taking rhe rap to hide the true meaning behind life the Universal web could be one of deceit you hear storys of sacrafice from worshippers of the Devil but so called servants of the church abuse young children whatever master plan a creator may of had Man has corrupted it to his own ends

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  7. the mission to make harmony on this planet is the mission. xx

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  8. Thank you all for this debate. Amber-Rose speaks words of truth positivity, insight and wisdom and understands that LOVE IS THE HIGHEST VIBRATION OF ALL. A true fighter and Warrior of Light. Dave - my old friend ... your words remind me of the old Rolling Stones classic - "Sympathy for the Devil" which I've often sung in days gone by! And yes man has and does corrupt so much for his own ends, hence our objective as warriors to battle against this unacceptable corruption. This was the point of the post - Warriors of Light NEVER accept what is unacceptable. Here is a question - if you found the Devil dying in a ditch at the side of the road, would you save him? Shem sums up our mission in one line; so eloquently I will repeat it - "the mission to make harmony on this planet is the mission." Yes, this is OUR mission - the mission of the Harmony School of Thought and the Harmony Way of Life. LOVE LIFE

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  9. wether it was the devil an angel jack the ripper or mother teresa dying in a ditch if it was within my power to save them i would be compelled to help it is not my wish to judge or pass judgement but hummanity would be reason enough to save them!

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  10. Excellent Dave - this is exactly what I was hoping you would say! To quote Amber-Rose's post "See the good in the bad, see that everything happens for a reason." Yes I too would save him. For without the bad we would not know what good is. A candle always burns brighter in the dark and without the dark the light would be meaningless anyway. And as you say - humanity itself would compel us to do the right thing. Kindness and compassion must reign stronger than indifference and those who would pass by on the other side. And most importantly - "Judge not, lest thee be judged!"

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